Marie is Pugsley's pretty young friend. Her villainy is that she flirts with Pugsley and kisses Him on the cheek to make another boy jealous. For this, she is thrown into a well, where she is eaten alive by alligators=) I would have created the page myself, but I can translate it into English with errors. It's good if someone at least creates a page that can be supplemented.
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I've been reading the Wiki for sometime, and I just wanted to add my .02 in a thought based on the recent rule changes...
With very very few exceptions, any female wrestler should be excluded from the Wiki.
Plot. The writers often change a wrestler from a heel to a face, or leave their standing very ambiguous. Often times, when the kayfabe is broken on accident, this forces a change as well.
Example: Asuka's reaction to the announcement of Becky Lynch's very real pregnancy. She didn't know beforehand and had a very out-of-character reaction, forcing the writers to react and turn her from heel to face. Then her redemption for Kairi Sane's departure against Bayley/Sasha Banks.
The storylines are fluid enough that the fine line between heel/face is blurred, and makes it hard to interpret what the wrestler is.
So I guess is that you can't define a wrestler anymore with the good/evil tag, and thusly, with the exception of a couple historical figures whose career is finished, current wrestlers should be removed from the Wiki.
Hi there does anyone know where you can watch all episodes of 2000 TV series secret agent man? Thanks!
Hi all! I'm Lostris, a Wiki Manager. I came here to talk to you about an upcoming change on Fandom that will affect all its communities, this one included, and I wanted to make sure things will go down as smoothly as possibly here. I shared this with the admins before, but it's important that everyone is aware and has the opportunity to give feedback and ask questions.
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I took a look around on your forum posts, and I noticed that they aren't that heavy on wikitext, template or gallery use, or other complex formatting, as they're mainly regular discussion posts and the sharing of YouTube links. If I missed posts that would have any of the aforementioned and of which you have questions how that content will be preserved, please alert me to them, so I can pass that along to make sure it'll be given special attention.
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Why are there so many restrictions on what kind on villainesses are allowed on the site? Why aren't non-human villainesses allowed? Why aren't kids allowed?
I noticed that the Freud Buster category has been misused frequently for any villainess who does something bad. I want to make some changes.
A Freud Buster is the most evil kind of villainess imaginable, a completely atrocious and irredeemable villainess. For this kind of villainess, doing evil is as natural as breathing. She can be recognized by these signs:
- She commits acts that are atrocious by the standards of the story, and has crossed the Moral Event Horizon. Villainesses who have only crossed the MEH once rarely qualify, although rare examples exist.
- She is taken seriously, causing fear, revulsion, and hatred from other characters in the story. Therefore, no villainesses who fall under Comic Relief can qualify (although villainesses with comedic personalities or traits can as long as their actions don't detract from their evil).
- She is never presented in a positive way.
- She can never feel love for others. If she claims to have love for anyone, that "love" would merely be either perversion, possessiveness, or obsession.
- She is completely beyond redemption, and absolutely nothing justifies her heinous crimes.
- She never displays any sense of remorse towards anyone she hurts or expresses any empathy for others.
- She is never shown to have any redeeming qualities (that aren't ultimately subverted or shed.
- Despite its name, this category is not mutually exclusive with Freudian Excuse, as a villainess' Freudian Excuse (if she has one) is likely to be either insufficiently touched upon or inadequate in justifying her heinous actions.
- She must have moral agency. An insane villainess may still qualify if she is not crazy to the point where her grip on reality is nonexistent.
- Groups lack moral agency because it's possible for a member to shift blame among others, claim she was a victim of mob mentality, or evade full moral responsibility. What's more, this category is about being head and shoulders above the crop in terms of heinousness, and multiple members being roughly equal can make standing out difficult (if not impossible). Groups of two or three may qualify if they function as a team.
- Her actions are visible; simply saying she commited a crime will likely not be enough to get her on this trope unless we get some evidence.
- She has a defined personality and defined motives.
- She is as bad as she could be; she holds nothing back.
Anti-Villains cannot qualify, as you're meant to sympathize with them even if you disapprove of their goals. Also, an obviously evil character like a Serial Killer is not an automatic Freud Buster unless she has a unique trait or is particularly nasty by nature, nor can a creature like a Demon or Artificial Intelligent qualify unless their moral agency is make clear.
We also need a voting process to see which examples can stay, which examples must go, and which new examples can be added.
Here are some female baddies we could use:
Malicia (The ClueFinders: Mystery of the Missing Amulet)
Itsy Bitsy (Thumb Wrestling Federation)
Spydra (Gadget Boy)
Ranamon (Digimon Frontier)
Comma Splice (Super Grammar)
Gretchen (I Love Math)
Pyra (Neon Tiki Tribe)
Francine Carruthers (The Electric Company 2009)
Annie Scrambler (The Electric Company 2009)
Gilda Flip (The Electric Company 2009)
Vendetta (Making Fiends)
Queen Bansheera (Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue)
Miss Speller (Alphabet Adventure)
Diamond Ryugu (Dinozaurs)
Unnamed spy for Phatax (Be an Interplanetary Spy #1: Find the Kirillian)
Nelia Lorkan (Be an Interplanetary Spy #2: The Galactic Pirate)
Mildred and Melissa Khen (Be an Interplanetary Spy #3: Robot World)
Valeeta (Be an Interplanetary Spy #7: Rebel Spy)
Venya (Be an Interplanetary Spy #9: Planet Hunters)
Tina (The Off-Beats)
I wonder of there’s a similar forum that females are talking about male antagonists 🤔
Wondering if a category of "electrocuted" could be added. I have run by many villainesses who have been electrocuted, but they did not receive their demise through this act. For example, the Max Happy (Joan Collins) that I added today, she was electrocuted, but she did not die, and was therefore arrested.
Anyone recognise this movie? I think it's spanish because of the explosive crates in the background. The skulls on the crates kinda looks weird too, maybe it's an scifi movie?